How Meghan Markle's pregnancy could influence her second royal Christmas

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The royal biographer described how Meghan was more confident than Harry with the media spotlight, marking a change from Diana and Kate who were shy and nervous.

A friend of the Duchess of Sussex told the Evening Standard that Meghan "had a long private audience with Michelle" after Obama gave a sold-out speech at the Royal Festival Hall. "I'm like, 'Meghan, stop being so nice...you're the pregnant one, aren't you supposed to have hormones, why are you so sweet?' But that's always been her".

A report from Britain's The Telegraph newspaper claimed that the Duchess of Cambridge, 36, was left in tears following a bridesmaid fitting for her daughter Princess Charlotte ahead of Meghan and Harry's royal wedding in May.

Harry then shed further light on his pragmatic attitude toward tensions in the family, admitting that spending so much time together could be challenging.

It's understood that Kate has attempted to explain the rules of The Firm to Meghan - and that her advice didn't go down well.

Meghan wrote: "We hit it off immediately".

Prince Harrry and Meghan
Prince Harrry and Meghan

The royal couple made a poignant contribution to a seasonal service at St. Luke's Church in London in support of one of the prince's favorite causes, which was set up in the name of a late close friend.

Serena Williams and Meghan Markle " s bond is still strong. Serena added that now she has to be extra selective about what she sends Meghan, due to the fact that her outfit choices are under a magnifying glass.

Meghan spoke at the time of her struggle to finance her higher education and her "personal feeling of pride and excitement" when she studied for her degree. Plus, given that she is pretty epic at karaoke, I think she'll put her signature Serena spin on singing lullabies for the baby.

"The pressure you feel ― from yourself and from others ― can sometimes feel like a lot", she said.

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